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A look inside Sweeties Candy of Arizona

CHANDLER, Ariz. (KSAZ) - Fox 10's Ty Brennan takes a look inside Sweeties Candy of Arizona in Chandler.

Candy lovers rejoice!

"It can be a bit overwhelming when you come in, sensory overload," said Mike Manzo, the owner.

This is Sweeties Candy of Arizona in Chandler, 13,000 square feet of sugar. From hard to find, vintage and international brands, to today's favorites, all of it under one sweet roof.

"Candy is a very family oriented industry, our company started in 1950," says Manzo.

They sell the candy by the piece, the bag, or in bulk. If they don't have it here, they probably don't make it.

Besides candy, they also have an impressive soda selection with bizarre flavors you've probably never heard of or tried.

"Everybody works hard, everybody deserves a sweet treat and we're here to offer that," said Manzo."